Lessons from the principle of harvest
As you sow, so shall you reap
Oftentimes, we failed to comprehend the practical meaning of this maxim, ‘’whatsoever that you sow is what you reap’’ It is one of the universal principles that administer the results in our lives. This principle, explains the hiding wisdom that life does not give us what we wish for but what we put work on. It reveals why some people are successful while others are not.
There is no harvest without sowing. Anything that you desire to harvest, you sow seeds for it and more is required such as the financial cost, the quality of work you put on, the hours you invest and the energy you put determines the quality of your harvest.
This concept does not change, whether it is applied to what you feed your mind on. The quality of the thoughts and what you allow your thoughts to be the subject to you will reap the deserved results sooner or later. The unfortunate part is whether you are or not fully aware of what you sow into your mind, the result is inevitable. The results attracted is derived from the unseen, which is the seed you sow in your thoughts. You cannot expect a better harvest than what you sow.
The success you wish you achieve at the end of the year or in five years to come, remember you sow seeds first. Every day is an opportunity to work towards the desired goal. Give it your best in sowing good quality seeds for excellent results. There is nothing impossible if you are willing to do what it takes to attract the kind of harvest you want, there are no shortcuts to it. It is a process that requires more from you. Exceptional harvest does not come on overnight.
The harvest season, the quality and the quantity of the harvest are not the same for everyone. Some harvest in small quantities while others harvest large quantities. Some harvest poor quality while other excellent quality. Some harvest throughout the year whereas some once. The differences are a result of what each one has invested in their seed, the size of the piece of land cultivated and the amount of work.
Do not be discouraged when others are enjoying their harvest while your seed is still in the soil. Your focus should be on nurturing your seed for excellent produce.